Club Live recognized |

Club Live recognized

The California Youth Advocacy Network recently recognized South Tahoe Middle School Club Live for its tobacco prevention efforts among youths in the city of South Lake Tahoe.

The network recognized Club Live for the many tobacco prevention projects over the past several years. The club received special recognition for the antii-tobacco murals at South Tahoe Middle School and their efforts to place an alternative smoke-free entrance to the Wallace Theaters at the Horizon Casino Resort and others.

In 2001 California Youth Advocacy Network created the Youth Coalition Recognition Program to acknowledge active local youth programs that offer tobacco prevention projects. During the first year of the awards the CYAN recognized 14 programs throughout the state of California.

For their efforts Club Live was given a special certificate and the leaders were each presented with a certificate of merit. In addition the group received complimentary gift certificates at Baskin-Robbins.

Club Live promotes a healthy lifestyle free of drugs, alcohol and tobacco through high energy, alternative activities. For more information contact Larry Lambdin, advisor, at (530) 541-6404, Ext. 219.

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